JIPP is, as of today, the only dual-degree international psychology program (with English as a mode of learning) in Thailand.
Students enroll both at Chulalongkorn University (Year 1, 2, and 4/2) and the University of Queensland, Australia (Year 3 and 4/1).
FACULTY OF PSYCHOLOGY
The Faculty of Psychology, Chulalongkorn University's eighteenth faculty, was established on 7 July 1996 according to the Royal Decree for the Establishment of the Faculty of Psychology.
The study of psychology started in Chulalongkorn University when the Department of Education included courses in psychology in its curriculum. In 1957, the Department of Education turned into the Faculty of Education, which took over the teaching of psychology at the Division of Educational Research. In 1961, the Faculty of Education first offered a Master’s Degree program in Educational Psychology and Guidance. Because of its rapid growth, the Division of Psychology was then founded in 1963 and changed to the Department of Psychology through the Chulalongkorn University Act in 1979.
This department was responsible for the teaching of courses in various fields of psychology to undergraduate students and graduate students in the Master's and doctoral programs. The doctoral program in Educational Psychology, in particular, was the first Ph.D. program ever offered by Chulalongkorn University.
Now, the Faculty of Psychology offers both undergraduate and graduate programs and teaches general education and elective courses in psychology to students in all faculties across Chulalongkorn University.
UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND
The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia's premier learning and research institutions and was ranked 9 in the 2013 QS World Ranking in psychology subject. As the oldest university in Queensland, it has produced generations of graduates who have gone on to become leaders in all areas of society and industry.